Apply to serve in a NIRSA leadership position

The Association owes its success to the leadership of its incredible dedicated volunteers—those members who support NIRSA members and direct NIRSA’s operations and services by donating their time and using their experience in the collegiate

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NIRSA affirms its support of inclusive environments for transgender individuals

In late October the New York Times reported that the Department of Health and Human Services indicated their intent to adopt an explicit, binary definition of gender. The New York Times article’s authors suggest: “The

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Sac State hosts wellbeing town hall alongside NIRSA midyear meetings

Earlier this month, the NIRSA Board of Directors held their midyear meeting at California State University – Sacramento (Sac State). As a part of these meetings, the NIRSA Board hosted a Town Hall on October

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Where are they now? Jordin Williams

In 2011, Jordin Williams headed to New Orleans for the NIRSA Annual Conference. What made the experience special wasn’t that it was her first conference—that was Louisville, KY in 2006—and it didn’t significantly alter the

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Edsel Buchanan—recipient of the NIRSA Honor Award—has passed away

With deep sadness, NIRSA shares the news that NIRSA Past President and Honor Award recipient Edsel Buchanan, aged 90, passed away on Saturday, September 29 after a lengthy battle with Alzheimer’s.
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Apply for a NIRSA Creative Excellence Award by November 1

Loved your departmental brochure, one of the programming posters, or a video designed by your marketing staff? Don’t just tell them, nominate them! The NIRSA Creative Excellence Awards recognize NIRSA members’ outstanding accomplishments in marketing. Awards are

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Where are they now? Mike Dominguez

When Mike Dominguez began officiating in grade school, he had no idea that many years later it would be his introduction to the world of collegiate recreation. He had already been a high school-level referee

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